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The Stratford Bust—A Monumental Fraud

Richard F. Whalen Originally published in THE OXFORDIAN, Volume 8  2005, pages 7–24   Today’s Stratford monument is the defining image of William Shakspere of Strat-ford-on-Avon as the alleged author of Shakespeare’s poems and plays. In the church where he’s ...

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The ‘Post-Truth World’ of Sir Jonathan Bate

Some observations on the Shakespeare authorship debate of 2017: ‘Who Wrote Shakespeare? | Sir Jonathan Bate & Alexander Waugh’, 21st September 2017 at Emmanuel Centre, London. By Steven Steinburg The full debate can be viewed here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgImgdJ5L6o&sns=fb [Note regarding quotations and ...

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Oxfordian film director meets with Sir Derek

Cheryl Eagan-Donovan, director of the Oxfordian film Nothing is Truer than Truth, met with Sir Derek Jacobi, also an Oxfordian, regarding her film on a recent trip to London. Eagan-Donovan said: We had the great privilege of screening the film ...

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Waugh Presents New Interpretation of Shakespeare Monument at Stratford

Leave it to writer and editor Alexander Waugh to come up with a theory that ties together almost every aspect of the Shakespeare Monument in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. That’s what he has done in his recent article, ...

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‘Thy Stratford Moniment’ – Revisited

Holistic Interpretation by Alexander Waugh This article was first published in the De Vere Society Newsletter, October 2014.  It is here presented, in a version revised and updated by the author, with kind permission of the De Vere Society. That ...

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The Latin Inscription on the Stratford Shakespeare Monument Unraveled: Its Bearing on the Stratfordian Controversy

by Jack A. Goldstone* The Shakespeare monument in Stratford-upon-Avon is frequently cited as one of the clearest pieces of evidence that William Shakspere of Stratford was the author of the Shakespeare poems and plays. It was likely erected just before ...

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